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Posted On November 23, 2015By hadzantonisIn 2015-oct-20, 2015-oct-20-asean

AICHR in ASEAN

What is the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR)? The Commission has sought to move ASEAN human rights forward. Basically. To do this, each context has had to be approached in unique ways, and individually, yet, while acknowledging and being sensitive to the neighboring networks connecting all of ASEAN. Despite that much interest has been shown by people who have wanted to participate and contribute to the AICHR, the Commission still requires assistnce at the grass roots level. Despite its sociopolitical insurgency into matters that promote and maintain peace andRead More
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The Ministry of Education Malaysia and the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, invite you to the AEI-ASEM Summer Camp on Biodiversity and Cultural Heritage, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 2-16, 2015. Discover Malaysia in an immersive two-week program. Explore the jungle, visit historic coastal cities, and taste regional delights while learning. Online registration:  www.aei-asc.edu.my Registration Deadline:  May 30, 2015 Registration Fees: EURO 400Read More
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I previously spoke about the significance of the PhD candidate becoming the PhD study. What are some ways in which to accomplish this? To ontologically reflect the PhD study direction requires a shift in the whole self, and not solely the cognitive, and hence to life-practice the framework applied to the research. The work required to accomplish this need not be broad in scope, where small epistemic reassessments, as well as those of the self, can go a long way. Intensity and depth of investigation can match and even surpass scope in theRead More
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A simplistic view of objects can be beneficial as a pioneering methodology, as long as we extend on this by seeking the complexity of the object, or subject, or domain. After all, we need a starting point. Take collectivism and individualism, for example. The work of Hofstede was significant as a pioneering process, but we now really must move past his work and either refute the work, or build on it, to complexify it. Can we really suggest that everyone in the United State is individualist, and that everyone inRead More
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